For most the season is almost over. However, it’s never too late for a good warm up routine. I (Lars) do this exercise most of the time after a short stretching session to get your focus on ball control and feeling more in control of the ball movement, but also to train my rebound control.
How to do it?
You are in the initial base position and set up one leg that your knee bent in a 90° angle
You have one ball in the left hand
Bounce the ball on the floor so that it passes through the hole under your leg
Catch it with your right hand
Do it again, now bouncing it with your right hand on the floor, catching with your left
Repeat over and over again
You can also alternate with the leg that is forming the 90° angle
Change degree of difficult:
Do it with two balls
Use a reaction ball instead of a floorball ball
This exercise trains your rebound control and hand-eye coordination skills at once. The challenge of this exercise is caused by a short loss of sight of the ball. This happens in a game too, when your view is (temporarily) blocked by a field player.